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Miles’ past experience with a variety of different exam boards has meant he can produce resources specific to each syllabus and exam structures for the student. He specialises in Geography, History and Economics for GCSE and A-Level, with his previous coursework being recognised by the OCR Exam Board as a national example. Miles regularly tutors GCSE, A-Level and Undergraduate students. He has extensive experience with all national exam boards and provides face-to-face home tutoring, online services and one-off booster revision sessions. In addition, Miles also tutors Politics, Extended Project and English.
At the 11+ and 13+ subjects include all Humanities, English and Maths. Miles has successfully prepared students for entrance to schools such as Alleyns, Dulwich College, Eton, North London Collegiate School, St Paul’s, Westminster and Winchester. Miles has also received awards from the Royal Geographical Society for the most promising dissertation in 2018 and the Fawcett Prize from UCL for academic performance.
When not tutoring, you can find Miles on the tennis court and working as an academic.
- 7+/11+/ 13+/ Common Entrance Exam, GCSE, A-Levels, IB, Undergraduate and Postgraduate Level.
- Main areas: Economics, Law, Geography, History and Business Studies.
2019-2020: BPP University Law School, Waterloo.
Graduate Diploma in Law.
2018- 2019: London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
Master of Science (MSc) - Development Studies; Development Economics specialism.
High Merit with Distinction in Thesis (71%)
2015-2018: University College London (UCL)
Bachelor of Arts – Geography (Hons)
First-Class Honours Degree - (First - 78%).
Undergraduate Dissertation: ‘Empowering the poor?’ The effects of formalising informal settlements in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania under the supervision of Dr Tatiana A. Thieme.
Awards: UCL Dean’s List (2015-2018) based on consistent academic performance and the UCL Fawcett Prize for the best undergraduate dissertation in the year group. My dissertation was awarded the Royal Geographical Society-Developing Areas Research Group (DARG) Undergraduate Prize in 2018.
2008-2015: Walton High School, Stafford
A-Levels: Geography (A*), History (A*), Economics (A) and Extended Project (B).
Awards: Highest attainted result for Geography and History A-Level within the year group, based upon final UMS results. A-Level History coursework is used as a national example by the OCR exam board.